Shula Burger Opens in Delray Beach Today: Win Free Burgers For a Year!

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Shula Burger opens its newest location today in Delray Beach, July 10 and to celebrate, the burger palace named after the legendary Dolphins coach, is giving away free burgers for a year to 50 lucky winners.

Shula Burger is located at Delray Marketplace (14917 Lyons Road, Suite 114). The opening-day festivities start at 11 a.m. and go on until 11 p.m., with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony at 5:30 p.m.

Five percent of all proceeds for today's celebration will benefit the Achievement Center for Children and Families. And, of course, there's the burger giveaway.

Throughout the day, guests can fill out an entry form. 50 winners will be drawn tonight, with winners being notified via email. Those lucky people will each receive a 12-month punchcard, good for one burger of their choice each month.

That means they can choose from burgers like the Wine Country (with roasted peppers, fresh goat cheese, balsamic greens, and roasted tomatoes); the French onion (with caramelized onions, double gruyere cheese, garlic mayo, and crushed garlic croutons); or the Don (a burger, topped with a hot dog, pickle, onion sauce, American cheese, ketchup, and yellow mustard on a brioche style bun).

Shula Burger is open Sunday through Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Thursday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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